epok sardine (sardine curry puffs) pastry puffs filled with curried sardines and DEEP FRIED to a shattering crisp. oh mama!!
Singaporean style Hokkien Mee. A family recipe.
Malaysian Style Sardine Sandwich
Beef Rendang, beef shanks braised in coconut milk and spices until the liquid has evaporated.
Singapore Black Pepper Crabs recipe
A vibrant Singaporean soup with tofu, pork, and prawn dumplings in a prawn and pork stock with bamboo shoots and pork belly.
Malaysian Styled Stir-Fry Vermicelli
Hainanaese Chicken Rice. Simple ingredients but flavourful
Comforting, delicious Hainanese Chicken Rice: a powerful taste memory from childhood.
Singapore Chili Crab
Cold Tofu with Century Eggs. Fuss free tofu recipe. Just plate it and dig in!
A "clean out the fridge" take on a favorite Singaporean hawker dish.
Malaysian & Singapore's Malay Snack -- Kuih Kosui Pandan.
Malaysian Style Hamburger
Fried Hokkien Mee -- Singapore's favourite local hawker fare and u can whip it up at home too!
Pandan Chiffon Cake-Cottony soft
Black And White Jelly
Chili Dungeness Crabs Dip
Traditional Chinese peanut cookies that melt in your mouth, into bits of nutty bliss oh-so addictive. There's a secret to it, though, in which East meets West.
Beef Rendang - A Malaysian/Singaporean curry dish that is well loved!
Bak Kut Teh, a simple spare rib soup with an unimaginable amount of flavor.
1 serving ain't enough! - Chicken Biryani.
Fish Head Noodles -A soup based noodle served with deep fried fish head and fillets.
Slow Pork with Soya Beans & Star Anise. Perfect for the cold, rainy weather in Singapore lately :)
My dad's own recipe for fried rice - the first dish I learnt to cook.
Laksa is really the king of street foods. Laksa Johor is my all-time favorite of the laksa family.
Kaya-Coconut Jam. A sweet and yummy coconut jam to enjoy with your toast.
Claypot Bak Kut Teh - Chinese herbal soup simmered with spare ribs uniquely popular in Malaysia and Singapore.
The best thing about Chinese New Year? Malaysian Pineapple Tarts!
These are just about the most easiest cookies you can make for Chinese New Year... and the tastiest!
My first go at Chinese New Year baking with the Malaysian favourite Kuih Bangkit (tapioca coconut biscuits).
Bak kua--hokkien pork jerky. You can't bring it home from Singapore, but you can make your own.
Debal (Or Curry Devil), a Eurasian dish in Singapore that turns Christmas leftovers into a spicy stew.
Singaporean style pork jerky is tender and sweet, not to mention highly addictive!